The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 04, 1956, Image 5

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Campus Study Exhibits Art, Ceramics Incoming officers were honored at the Campus Study Club tea held in conjunction with an art, china and ceramic exhibit Tuesday in the MSC. Receiving the guests were Mrs. Bardin H. Nelson, president; Mrs. D. A. Anderson, i-ecording secre- tary; Mrs. F. L. Fisher, treasurer; Mrs. Price Hobgood, reporter; Jennie Oliver, parliamentarian. Also in the receiving line were Mrs. Harry Stiteler, vice-president; Mrs. H. E. Conner, Reading Club president; Mrs. W. S. Allen, Ex tension Service Club president; Mary K. Alexander, Beta Sigma Phi president. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. E. LUEDEMANN DR. G. A. SMITH OPTOMETRISTS • BRYAN OPTICAL CLINIC Dial TA 23-557 (Next to Lewis Shoe Store) 105 N. Main Bryan, Texas Best Portable News Ever! . . . The 1957 UNDERWOOD “DE-LUXE PORTABLE” features ^Golden Touch Typing” — WITH YOUR CHOICE OF — • Size and Style Type • Many Keyboards (Technical—Language—Etc.) • Color Combinations See ROBERT L. DAVIS DAVIS OFFICE EQUIPMENT BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day .... 3^ per word 20 per word each additional day Minimum charge—400 DEADLINES 5 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 800 per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 For Sale 1947 Plymouth VI 6-5582. 4 door. $165. 168t2 Whizzer Motor Bike. Excellent condition. C-9-C, College View. 166tfn. One deodorized male skunk. Write Connie Eckard, c/o Student Publications, Campus. 166t4 For paints, sign materials, shelv ing and building products of all types, see the MARION PUGH LUMBER COMPANY, 4 blocks south of Kyle Field. Old Highway 6. Phone VI 6-5711. 161tfn GE rotary ironer. Like new. Cost $187.50. First $50 takes VI 6-7856. 166tfn For Kent 2 bedroom unfurnished duplex. Garage. 814 Banks, Bryan. Call TA 2-8759 or TA 2-486. I67t3 Late model typewriters, perform like new. BRYAN BUSINESS MACHINE, 429 South Main, Bry an. 143tf Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Shop. 98 tf Found Man’s wrist watch at Kyle Field Saturday. Owner may get watch by identifying and paying for ad Write Bill Briscoe, Route 2, Rich mond, Texas. 164tl'n Room For Rent Large bedroom, nicely furnished, reasonably priced. Two blocks from North Gate. Call VI 6-6035. 167t3 Lost K & E slide rule in black case. Contact Howai’d Grantham, 11-207, for reward. 166t2 Work Wanted Will care for children in my home five days a week. Ages 2-4. Call VI 6-5092. 166t4 Neat accurate typist desires typ ing in my home. Own electric type writer. VI 6-5806. 142tf Fets Dogs, cats boarded—low daily, weekly, monthly rares. Grooming, r’uppies. Free pickup, delivery. tlAiARD KENNELS, Highway 6 »ouih, College. VI b-553b. 70tl {Special Notice Attention Working Mothers! All day nui-sery, with supervised play. Fenced yard. Close to cam pus. I have nurse’s training and my helper has nui’sery school ex perience. Call VI 6-4142 for ap pointment. 168tfn Sewing: from patterns, altera tions, butten holes, belts. Reason able rates. 906 E. 29th, Bryan. 166t4 Help Wanted Girl to work after school and weekends at SMITTY’S GRILL. Call VI 6-6614. 167tfn Night desk clerk (hotel) for Memorial Student Center. A per manent male employee preferred. Contact in person only. Mrs. Ad ams, director’s office of MSC. Hours 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. 166t4 Part-time experienced grocery workers. No Sunday work. FOOD TOWN, 516 North Main St., Bryan. 156tfn Waitress wanted. Hours 6 a.m •— 3 p.m. Apply in person West ern Restaurant. Interested in em ploying Aggie Wile. 126ti • kMilMCKKINU AMI AUCHJTKClliKAJ. sl)P»‘MKB • Ml.Uk kJLNfi PHUNTS • BUUK PHUNTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES M3 Old Sulphur spring* Ho ltd MRXAN, tkaab PROMPT RADIO SERVICE — Cull — SOSOLIK’S RADIO AND TV SERVICE 113 8- MMn SC <A*ro«« from Hull mud Townr) rHON* TA 3-1841 BRYAN VISIT . . . COULTER FIELD in Bryan IllghwHy 31 Hast • AIRPSLANK KICNTAU • FLIGHT INSTRUCTION • RIDES TA 2-9400 Day and night nursery. T w o blocks from North Gate. Reason able rates. Expert care. 416 Tau ber. VI 6-4430. 162tfn OFFICIAL NOTICES Otftclal notices must he brought, imUteo, or telephoned so as u» arrive In the Olllci of Student Publications (Ground Flow VAICA, \ I 6-8113, hours 8-13, 1-5. dailj Monday through Friday) at or before th* deadline of 1 p.m. ol the day preceding publication — Director of Student Publica tions. The art exhibit included paint ings in various media exhibited by the following club members: Mes- dames W. C. Andres, W. L. Wil son, Ida Kernodle, R. B. Alexander, E. R. Alexander, J. S. Mogford, and Fred W. Jensen. Mesdames R. B. Alexander, Fred W. Jensen, John Ashton, E. R. Alexander, and G. E. Potter en tered hand painted china and ceramics in that display. The tea table, arranged by Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. Wilson, was laid with an imported lace tablecloth and featured an autumn arrange ment. Red and orange Zennias, green grapes, ivy leaves, pettis- porum and candle tree blossoms of bright yellow were artistically ar ranged in an antique cut-glass con- tainei*. Yellow tapers in matching cut-glass candle sticks completed the autumn theme. Refreshments served included golden harvest coffee cake, nuts and coffee. Mrs. C. W. Crawford presided at the silver coffee service assisted in serving by Mesdames Edward Madeley, Glenn D. Hall mark, Maurice Halstead, and Silvio Navarro. Mrs. E. R. Alex ander and Mrs. Wilson were co- chairmen for the tea. Wives Club Elect Semester Leaders Officers for the AERO WTVES CLUB for the fall semester are Nancy Barnhouse, president; Jo Anne Bannister, vice - president; Helen Milam, secretary; Helen Miller, treasurer; Janice Gordoa, social chairman; Kay Schumacher, council repi-esentative; and Nancy Whisenhunt, reporter. Dodo Pickering is president of the PETROLEUM ENGINEER ING WIVES CLUB. Other officers elected recently were Beverly Osborne, vice - president; Shirley Williams, recording secretary; Alana Harris, corresponding secre tary; Della Nichols, treasurer; Peggy Howell, council representa tive; Carolyn Arnold and Vondell Douglas, refreshment co-chairmen. Soc ia l Wh irl R. L. Whiting, head of the Pet roleum Engineering Department, spoke on “Various Phases of Pet roleum Engineering” and the wife’s role in her husband’s career to members of the Petroleum Engi neering Wives Chib. After a ques tion and answer period, refresh ments were .served by Shirley Pybqrn, Doris Rosenbaum, and Shirley Williams. Narcis Arledge was elected to model in the Oct. 15 style show sponsored by Lester’s Dress Shop. The Bftllalion College Station (Brazos County), Texas Thursday, October 4, 1858 PAGE 5 LOW ON CASH? “LOU” wTl buy your BOOKS NOW! . . . And ’till Thanksg ving, he’ll keep them for you. You will get a full cash refund. . . . So what can you lose— COME SEE LOU! Loupot’s Trading Post The A&M Branch of the AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ENGINEERING EDUCA TION will hold Its fall meeting at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Oct. 9, in the Assembly Room of the MSC. All faculty members interested in ASEE are cordially invited to attend. 168t2 Any student who normally expects to complete all the requirements for a degree end of the current semester. This deadline call by the Registrar’s Office NOW and ms lie formal application for a degree. Nov. 1 is the deadline for filing an appli- ctition for a degree to be conferred at the end of th current semester. This deadline applies to both graduate and undergraduate students. H. L. Heaton, Registrar Students interested in applying for a Rhodes Scholarship should confer with R. H. Ballinger, Room 302-C, Academic Bldg, 16416. A&M MENS SHOP 103 MAIN — NORTH GATE AGGIE OWNED WANTED USED Slide Rules LOUPOT’S emit (ij ^L^civorileS By BERNICE SCHNERR PORK CHOP CASSEROLE 1 cup diced celery 1 can tomato soup 3 T. shortening 2 cups uncooked noodles 4 small pork chops Saute celery in shortening. Remove celery and place pork chops in pan, sear both sides, season to taste. Place noodles in deep casserole dish; cover with pork chops. Mix tomato soup in hot grease, with celery, heat to boiling point, pour over casserole contents. Bake in oven at moderate temperature (350 degrees). Serves 4 persons. BANANA BREAD 3 /s cup shortening 2 t. baking powder 1 cup sugar 3 bananas, crushed 3 eggs % cup milk 2 cups flour cup finely chopped peanuts Cream shortening and sugar; add beaten eggs, then other ingre dients and beat until smooth. Let stand one half hour in bread pan before baking. Bake in slow oven, (350 degrees) until done. RUM CAKE 3 cups flour % t. soda 2 cups sugar ^ t. baking powder 4 eggs 1 cup buttermilk 1/3 t. salt 1 cup shortening 1 t. vanilla Cream shortening and sugar. Add eggs one at a time. Beat well. Add buttermilk alternately with flour, soda, and other ingredients. Bake in angel food pan in slow oven (325 degrees) for 1 hour. Icing for Rum Cake: 1 cup sugar 1 t. Adams rum flavoring 14 cup water Combine sugar and water, heat and bring to a boil. Cool and add 1 t. rum flavoring-. (Ingredients may be halved as full amount makes an excess of icing.) Use pastry brush and apply to cake while it is baking. SWISS STEAK 1 small onion, chopped 2 T. grease cup green pepper, chopped 1 cup stewed tomatoes or canned 1!4 lbs. beef 1/3 cup flour !4 t. salt % t. pepper 1 cup boiling water Wipe meat with cold damp cloth. Mix thoroughly, flour, salt, and pepper. Pound into steak with a potato masher. Cut meat in 2 inch squares. Brown steak and onions in fat in heavy pan. Add green peppers, tomatoes and water. Cover and simmer until meat is tender, about two hours. Add more water if needed during* cooking. I The liquid can be thickened with flour paste for gravy. Serves 4 persons. 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